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The Martian
Drama, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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Ridley Scott
Sean Bean as Mitch Henderson
Sebastian Stan as Chris Beck
Jessica Chastain as Melissa Lewis
Donald Glover as Rich Purnell
Naomi Scott as Ryoko
Lili Bordán as Blair
Mackenzie Davis as Mindy Park
Chen Shu as Zhu Tao
Nick Mohammed as Tim Grimes
Kate Mara as Beth Johanssen
Jeff Daniels as Teddy Sanders
Matt Damon as Mark Watney
Michael Peña as Rick Martinez
Aksel Hennie as Alex Vogel
Benedict Wong as Bruce Ng
Kristen Wiig as Annie Montrose
Chiwetel Ejiofor as Venkat Kapoor
Jonathan Aris as Brendan Hatch
Storyline: During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring "the Martian" home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible, rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney's safe return.
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Not a good movie at all, can;t understand why people like it.
Okay, I am also perplexed as to why people have given this terrible movie a favorable review. It seems like all we care about is a big name director and big star, then the movie has instant credibility. There was not one truly memorable moment in this movie. I cannot remember a single word, phrase, exchange of dialogue, or turn of event that left a lasting impression. The only positives were Matt Damon's likability and some decent special effects.

For one thing how can this premise be taken ass even remotely plausible? Does anyone think that we would send ship to Mars that is vulnerable to a naturally and regularly occurring storm on Mars? And who would design a ship that is docked so perilously? It was standing up like one of those red/white/blue popsicle rocket treats we used to get from the ice cream man as a kid. Or even more than that it looked like a ship from a 1950's era sci-fi movie. C'mon man, this is a new millennium. Make a ship that is supported as it would be supported on Mars. It should be shorter and more stable, not doomed to tip over like shown in the movie. That one scene lost me for the next 30 minutes.

Here are the other things I feel left me wanting with that movie. 1. When the storm struck I didn't know who was left behind. I knew it was the Matt Damon character but I didn't "know" him, meaning I had no emotional investment in that character. 2. He was a botanist, how convenient. His character didn't have to transform or change in any way in order to survive; he was the perfect guy to be left behind. 3. And just why were the potatoes going to run out??? They said you have 400 and something days, but never said why. Was it because there were other vital nutrients that would be lacking at that point? 4. If you give me 2 years to figure out how to solve a problem that means my survival, and there's nothing else to do but figure it out, I bet I'l find something too. The dates before his food was going to run out were so far out that I never felt a sense of urgency. You can call Mars "The Monster" but it wasn't pursuing the main character, just waiting for him to run out of food. How boring is that??? 5. When was the last time we saw nobody but good guys in a movie? There was nobody to blame, no bad guys anywhere. That was just plain weak. A bad guys doesn't have to be a bad person, just a person who either has too much fear or fears the wrong thing, which causes him/her to make poor choices. Nobody served as a villain in any way. I know from playing sports and working in small and large companies that there's always a person who feels like the bad guy, even unintentionally. This movie, with it's little slice of heaven, was absurd to say the least.

For these reasons and other minor reasons I was totally disappointed. My wife liked it and I couldn't understand why. This was the dumbest movie I've seen in a long time. I really wanted to like ti but was terribly disappointed.
MacGyver on Mars
If you are not a fan of MacGyver, this two hour plus movie is going to feel like five hours. Other than some moments taken from Mission to Mars, Apollo 13 and Gravity, Matt Damon plays Robinson Crusoe on Mars. If you believe that millions of devoted fans of NASA would flood Time Square to find out if this movie will have a happy ending, then you can believe anything. If you love the science and math behind space exploration, the Martian is a marvel. If you like your space odyssey to have aliens, laser fights and chase scenes, this movie is not for you. Unlike Sam Rockwell's Moon, Matt Damon is not completely alone. Half the movie is Matt only while the other half is filled with a colorful cast that you often see in comedies. Overall, the movie helps you to smile from time to time but is far from a comedy...or a musical.
Not what you would expct
Based on the novel of the same name 'The Martain' failed to meet the expectations and plunged in the hype of promotions.

The novel deploys a fun and hilarious (which the movie makers forgot to take into account) Mark Watney on the journey to Mars where he is stuck for years and uses his brilliance to remain composed and sane and survive in deep space. It seems as if the movie makers were so focused on filming each and every scene of the novel that they neglected the crucial elements of the fiction. It'S a fiction damn it!

Direction was lousy.When it comes to casting I guess the director lost his mind. Actors seemed monotonous and in despair where the novel is based on hope that nothing is impossible. No peeve in the graphics department, they were awesome.

All in all, movie is only a one time watch and that too only if you haven't read the novel like me. If you have, you might get disappointed.
Full of tension but I preferred Moon! 7/10
Review: Now that I have finally got to watch this movie, after listening to all of the hype and seeing loads of footage, I can actually say that it was quite enjoyable but I personally think that Moon was better. I've tried to watch Gravity again but I get bored after the first few minutes, and I've got a funny feeling that, that might happen if I try and watch this movie again. That doesn't mean that it's a bad film, because I did feel the tension throughout the movie but for some unknown reason, I can't see myself sitting down for 2 and a half hours, watching a film were I know what happens at the end. There isn't any outstanding performances, like Sam Rockwell in Moon, and the storyline is very straight laced, until his potato stash becomes contaminated. The film does look great, and so it should with such a big budget, and the crew was a great variation of characters which brought different elements to the team but I still feel that it lacked a certain something, which would have made this film an all time classic. Matt Damon (Mark Watney), played his part well and he made his character feel real, especially when he used his scientific knowledge to stay alive but I still felt a bit empty when the movie finished. Anyway, it's definitely worth a watch, for a tension/drama point of view but I personally was expecting more. Watchable! 

Round-Up: Is there anything that Matt Damon, 45, can't do! After his brief roles in Mystic Pizza and Field Of Dreams, during the 80's, he first came to light in Courage Under Fire in 1996 after starring in Glory Daze and School Ties alongside his close friend, Ben Affeck. He then played a lawyer with Danny Devito in the Rainmaker but his career really kicked off when he starred and wrote Good Will Hunting with Ben Affeck, and also won an Oscar for Best Writing. Since then, his career has gone from strength to strength and he has the ability to cover any and every genre with ease. The fact that he doesn't take himself to seriously and he treats people with respect, makes him a liked person in Hollywood, and with his return to the Bourne franchise and a movie about the Great Wall of China in the pipeline, proves that he's not one to be type-casted. Its amazing how a free book, from Andy Wear, which eventually went on Amazon for $0.99, became such a blockbusting success. Ridley Scott's amazing attention to detail, made him plant a real potato farm so the audience could see the different stages of growth. He also got detailed information from NASA which was also used in the film, so a lot of the scenes in the film, are not made up. Anyway, I think I would have appreciated the movie more, if I didn't see it so long after its release but with that aside, it's still a well made film which I found quite entertaining.

Budget: $108million Worldwide Gross: $630million

I recommend this movie to people who are into their adventure/drama/sci-fi movies starring Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Pena, Sean Bean, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Aksel Hennie. 7/10
Smart, funny, eventful, and well performed
The Martian, based on the novel of the same name written by author Andy Weir, is an eventful movie that serves both as an epic sci-fi adventure, but also provides viewers with some smart laughs. Those are who not that interested in sci-fi will probably end up liking the movie, because it is not unrealistic. Acting wise, Matt Damon puts in an excellent performance as the lead, and supporting actors such as Jessica Chastain, also put in solid performances. Probably one of the best aspects of the film, is that the mood of the movie is quite optimistic, considering that the situation of being stuck on mars, is quite a scary one, that requires a lot of panic. In Conclusion, The martian is a fun, smart movie, that is likely to be enjoyed by most audiences who watch it.
I had no real interest in seeing this movie, I probably would have watched it once it was released to own but there was no immediate hurry.

After the constant barrage of positive reviews and the fact that there was nothing else on, I ended up seeing it at the cinemas.


I left the cinema completely flabbergasted at the movie itself and how much I loved it.

I knew of the impressive cast so I knew it didn't just focus on Mars but what I didn't expect was just how much of the film cut between Mars, Earth and in between and how smooth and effortlessly it was done.

The story is brilliant and entertaining throughout but also a lot funnier than I thought it would be. The special fx are awesome and they don't try to overdo it with what Mars could be like.

Now let's talk about the cast; this may be one of the best group of actors in a film. Each role, no matter how big or small, is perfectly acted by a range of actors. I was especially excited about my first experience at seeing Kristen Wiig in a serious role and I was not disappointed.

Even the soundtrack of this movie is awesome with artists like David Bowie, Donna Summer and ABBA.

Immediately after seeing this movie, it has made its way into my Top 5 of 2015 and probably also my Top 10 of all time!

See this movie – it's brilliant.

CHAPPY THINKS that the potatoes may have been made from sh*t but this movie wasn't!
Most boring movie of the year, by far.
2 hours and 21 minutes of Matt Damon gardening, and people at NASA discussing how to rescue him. Seriously. That's the whole movie. Total boredom.

Just so you know, I like all kinds of movies. I'm not impatient. I have a degree in a tech field. But geez, this movie is soooo boring.

And it's stupid!! And the casting is terrible. A 22-year-old hot model-type woman is the only one at NASA smart enough to locate Damon. And a 22-year-old slob who looks like he's strung-out on drugs (rolling out of a bed in his FILTHY MESSY office, twitching, shaking, stuttering) is the only one at NASA smart enough to think of using a slingshot-effect for the rocket. But they're SOOOO smart that they can attend high-level, and I'm talking the highest level on a national scale....they can attend these meetings in street clothes, while everyone else is in suits and ties.

I know Damon is extremely politically-correct, and so are most Hollywood movies these days. But this one goes too far. Literally every scene alternates between a person of a different race. White, African-American, African, Hispanic, Asian, Middle Eastern. And every scene has a man and a woman in it. Michael Pena as an astronaut?? Hello....do I really need to explain that you have to be in-shape to be an astronaut??
Touching but dull
The story about Mark Watney, an astronaut in the future that is left on Mars, when his crew mistakingly leave him behind. I had expected huge things from this movie, it started very well, but then it came quite boring, there is only so much solo time one man can do on the film. The other characters were not too interesting, except for Vincent and Bruce, the only two likable. Matt Damon is a very good actor, much better news that he is doing another Jason Bourne film. The Martian is watchable but what is the problem is the ending, it was really badly done, the film was credible up to then. Best thing about the movie were the special effects, the film looks good.
Definitely...Dare I say? Anti-Nolanesque
You know how I said that blockbusters are one-note, generic and have no personality whatsoever?

Luckily, legendary director Ridley Scott and screenwriter Drew Goddard said "Forget this formula!" and decided to adapt a nerdy sci-fi novel to the big screen. And what do I think of it?

I LOVE IT! Wanna know why? Well, let's focus on the story first.

While on a manned mission to Mars, Mark Watney (Matt Damon) and a crew of astronauts decided to abandon mission when a storm happens. However, Watney gets hit by a satellite. Because of the storm and the lack of time, they immediately decide to leave Mars, believing that Watney is dead. But surprise surprise, he's actually alive and well. You see, he actually knocked out cold and part of the satellite damaged his bio-monitor (which actually explains why the crew couldn't find him, aside from the storm). Left alone on Mars, he decides that he's not gonna die and solves problems in order to survive.

However on Earth, a bunch of images cause NASA to realise, "Uh-oh, we messed up!" and do everything in their power to help him. The result is a 2 hr 20 min adventure full of suspense, problem-solving and laughs that will even make a robot interested.

Now why do I adore this movie? Well, there are lots, but I'll just put out my main reasons.

1. Mark Watney. Like characters such as Andy DuFresne, Barry Egan and Michael Sullivan, Watney is one of my favourite characters of all time. In fact, the whole film will basically be nothing without him. The reason why I like him so much is because that he's a character who actually DOES something other than look pretty. He grows potatoes in poop and Martian soil, He uses duck tape to fix both his helmet and a broken door, and travels in a rover for days to search what he is looking for. He solves problems. He has a sense of humour. He feels like he's having FUN in space. He doesn't mope around mourning about the fact that he is trapped in Mars. Hell, the only thing that is sort of torturing him is God awful disco music. He's everything a great character should be. In an era where a main character does nothing but look good and does nothing else, Watney is the like the rebuttal of all bland main characters today. He is such a great character, I could talk for days about why I love him so much.

2. The supporting cast. Again, They actually do something aside from looking good. You got actors like Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Kate Mara, Michael Pena, Sean Bean, Donald Glover and Chiwetel Ejiofor. They all could have been underused in a regular blockbuster. But the screenplay has so much energy, it gives the cast something to do. They sit down, talk, debate about their plans, calculate on how Watney's gonna survive, tell sarcastic jokes, etc. You get the feeling these are people that are just doing their job instead of being bad guys. That's MUCH more interesting than just the same aul tripe we get in regular blockbusters. That is something I want. A film that focuses more on character and story than just blowing stuff up. I would stop there, but there's a lot more good in this movie

3. The screenplay and direction. It has personality. Again, that's something I want in a movie! The screenplay is part-comedy, part-drama, part sci-fi, part sci-fact, all nerdy to a degree. Drew Goddard wrote the sh*t out of this. Although it's adapted from a novel, Goddard has written something sharp, focused (even if it lasted for 2 hours and 21 minutes) and cooked perfectly to a degree and Ridley Scott only made it even better. Not only does he have a knack for visuals (which are good as always), but Scott also gives out the best performances from his actors. It feels like the actors truly give a damn about the script. This is one of those movies where even the subplots are the best parts.

4. The score. My god, the score is amazing! It doesn't attempt to sound Zimmer- like. Instead it sounds heroic, beautiful, powerful and memorable to a degree. Harry Gregson-Williams created a score that sounds like a Boards of Canada album got eaten up by a Jonny Greenwood composition and surprisingly it works.

Overall, the Martian is a great movie. It has everything I ever wanted in a movie released in today's Nolan-ridden era. It's definitely an anti-Nolan movie. It's fun. It has consistency. The characters aren't mopey. It's very nerdy. It wastes NO time and goes straight to the point even at 2 hours and 21 minutes. Hands down, it's not only one of the best of 2015, but also one of the greatest sci-fi movies ever made. It's Ridley Scott's best film since Blade Runner and a comeback that is definitely worth the wait.

The best part? The whole film is even funnier than the revenge after 400 years bit from Exodus: Gods and Kings.

Simply put, if you're tired of all the dark, gritty and absolutely bland blockbusters, SEE THE MARTIAN ALREADY! It's out now! I saw it two times already! What are you waiting for? Go already! Skip school to see this! Skip work to see this! Don't even bother downloading it! Get your a** to mars already! This one that you must see in the cinema and trust me, it's a rewarding experience. ;)
Loved the visuals and Matt.
As expected with Ridley Scott films, the film itself is visually stunning. The landscape of Mars looks absolutely breathtaking, and the scenes aboard the Hermes and back on Earth are just as sharp in detail and scope. The way he chose to make this film made it almost seem like an exceptionally made biopic. Many times during this film, I legitimately believed that Mark Watney was a real, living person that was actually stranded on Mars for many months alone. It's Cast Away meets Apollo 13, and this marriage is crafted beautifully.

Matt Damon is absolutely brilliant in this film. He plays Watney with so much optimism that it actually makes the depressing aspect of the film not as depressing for me. However, when he has to put on his dramatic chops in certain scenes, he truly commits to the drama of the situation, and that right there is true Ridley Scott suspense for you. The supporting cast, everyone involved, all do great work as well. Jeff Daniels, Jessica Chastain, particularly Chiwetel Ejiofor. He is one of the best actors working today, and this movie and 12 Years a Slave shows how far he's come.

The most surprisingly element about this movie though was the screenplay. The film is hilarious in some parts, in fact I'd argue that it's funnier than most comedies that have come out this year. What makes to movie unique to me was Watney's optimistic point of view. He believes that he isn't going to die on Mars, and this transforms this rather depressing situation into something comical instead. But when you really think about it, this is a very personal film about some people coming together to save somebody. That's it. And in today's world, it's nice to hear an story about people coming together to save one of their own.
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